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Must Follow Monday: The Foster’s Maia Mitchell

Posted on May 26, 2014 by
Maia Mitchell

Every Monday ANDPOP brings you a new hilarious personality to follow on Twitter. Because we care, we’ll be assembling some of their greatest tweets to date to reel you in  and convince you to push that follow button. We aren’t forcing you to follow these people; we’re just STRONGLY SUGGESTING for your own personal enjoyment. Today, we STRONGLY ADVISE you to follow Maia Mitchell at @MaiaMitchell

Maia Mitchell warms our heart weekly as Callie on ABC Family’s The Fosters, and makes us want to dance whenever we re-watch Teen Beach Movie. The Australian actress has graced our screens many times in her 20 years, and has shared the screen with actors like Jake T. Austin and Ross Lynch. Mitchell may be relatively new to the scene but she’s making her mark thanks to The Fosters, a progressive and unique show which follows a foster family headed by an interracial lesbian couple.

Mitchell shows off her acting chops in both fun and serious roles, and that balance is often reflected in her tweets. The 20-year-old loves to share goofy behind the scene pictures and even texts with her co-stars, but also plays devils advocate when people take advantage of her avid presence on social media. Mitchell shares articles, interacts with fans, shares life’s many quirks and always sends love to her co-stars on The Fosters.

Those who choose to follow Mitchell on Twitter can look forward to endless cute selfies, behind the scene snaps, food related tweets, fun fan interactions and tweets about Orphan Black. We get it. We really do. #CloneClub

Here are some more reasons why you should be following Maia Mitchell:

She’s Goofy

She understands foodie pains

She has great taste in television

She shares our love for Lupita Nyong’o

She knows that Dennis Quaid is the main reason to re-watch Parent Trap

Procrastination at its finest. We can relate.

Same, Maia, same…

She asks the important questions

She’s diplomatic

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